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it right now with cal thomas. he's a syndicated columnist and fox news contributor. kristy setzer, the president of new heights communications and former spokesperson for former vermont governor howard dean. good to see both of you. >> hi. >> good to be here. >> cal, i'm going to start with you on this. i want to ask you, what do you think is the best move for republicans next? >> since they don't own this, arrest they will, there was not a single republican vote in congress for obamacare. i think they should get out of the way and let the full impact be felt by the american people. the initial preview of coming attractions is already out there. look, centralized government never works. it didn't work in the roman empire. it didn't work in the soviet union. both of which collapsed of their own weight. it didn't work in china. but at least the chinese adopt add modified form of capitalism this seems to be working in part for them. the other thing republicans need to do is to start promoting cures, like alzheimer's disease research, for example. cures are better than care. imagine i
is back on the ice and in football, cal's defense played at lot better. the result still the same. ,, ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, the peninsula...the dream o unbeaten season for the col of san mateo ended today, wa 28-20 loss at undefeated b >>> college football. this just in. for the viewers down the peninsula, ann, the calls won't stop, they just won't stop. the dream of an unbeaten season for the team in san mateo ended today with a 28-20 loss undefeated butte college just north of sacramento. now, at the d1 level the cal bears among the best of the pac- 12 sunday through friday. it's saturday, that's kind of been the issue. cal on the board first today. jared gough to mohammed an 1- yard play as cal is trying to get something done at the expense of arizona coming in. they had to play catch-up the whole game down 12 in the 3rd. gough again nice catch by kenny lawler. cal just down 5. okay. inspired football. but in the end, the defense just couldn't hold arizona. bj14-yard run, close but not enough. 33-28. bears now one in eight for the year. >>> san jose state made it five in a row. 34
at the cal palace is the first. the show becomes more controversial with yesterday's shooting at lax. we have the story. >> reporter: during the last year crossroads of the west gun shows attracted over 400,000 customers. crossroads of the west is billed as the biggest gun show in the country. this is state property and the state has no problem with the shows. let the decision making -- this spring, a state senator mark leno proposed a bill that would have required both san francisco and san mateo supervisors to approve gun shows at the cal palace. both went on record opposing the gun shows. if the bill became law, that would be banned here. the legislature passed the bill but governor brown vetoed it. the bill's owner said it was not good for the state. >> it would cost about $1 million to replace the revenue the gun show creates for the state. >> the show comes in the weak of the shooting in los angeles. a gunman fired a rifle killing a tsa agent and wounding several others. now again, the question of banning high-powered weapons. templeton the answer is not about guns. >> until we address
from leadership. >> she's doing miraculously well. >> speaking out, cal ripken junior talks about how he's dealing with the attack on his mother and how she's holding up. stay tuned. stay tuned. we'll be right back ,,,, i want you to know stuff i want you to be kind. i want you to be smart. super smart. i want one thing in a doctor. i want you to be handsome. i want you to be awesome. i don't want you to look at the chart before you say hi...david. i want you to return my emails. i want you to keep me doing this for another sixty years. at kaiser permanente, we want you to choose the doctor that's right for you. find your perfect match at kp.org and thrive. >>> complete coverage continues with gigi barnett and meteorologist tim williams. it's wjz, maryland's news station. >>> welcome back to eyewitness news weekend edition. i'm gigi barnett. >> and i'm tim williams here at 6:30 on the dot. it is in the 50s for most of the state. we're in the 50s in central maryland. we're in the 40s out in far western maryland. 60s down on the shore. >> kind of all over a little bit. >> we are all ove
it required both san francisco and san mateo supervisors to approve gun shows at the cal wallace. both boards went on record opposing the shows. if the bill became law they would be banned here. the legislature passed the bill, but governor brown vetoed it. they say the bill was not good for the state. >> it would cost the taxpayers a million dollars to replace the revenue the gun show generates for the state jie. it comes in the wake of the shooting at the airport in los angeles. the gup man fired an ar-15 rifle killing a tsa agent and wounding self-others. now the question of banning high powered weapons. templeton says the answer is not about guns. >> unless and until we can address the issues, the underling issues of mental health, we are not going to be able to get a handle on stoping these horrible, tragic mass shootings. >> gun advocates say it boils down to a second amendment issue. jackie spear has sponsored several gun buy backs. she is an outspoken advocate for a federal ban on gun shows and assault weapons. >> no one wants to take anyone's gun away from somebody who rightfully own
on two separate occasions cal calderon offered to crecreate a position for the girlfriend. and on the second occasion he is looking for $5,000. it gives the agent the ability in the department of justice to follow that path. because you can't just get a job at the state capitol. it has to be approved by senate rules and you need the cooperation of many. in that ir instance it gave the abilities th agents the ability to follow who was involved. if there is criminal kument -- cull p ibility. you have legislation being influentialeinfluenced and you y being paid cash. i don't doubt that the evidence is there. they have the checks and they will bring charges. >> twenty-five years ago you conducted when you were running the corruption des, in it the -k in the state of california out of sacramento. you conducted a sting known as i shrimp scam. similarities here in. >> interestingly enough. five were lawmakers and one in particular was the chairman of the senate insurance committee. so 20 years later we have someone sit theein sitting in tt committee where people seek their appro
was at risk. >> she's doing miraculously well. unbelievably well. >>> two frightening encounters. what cal ripken is sa,,,,,,,,,,, >>> it is 6:30. 69 degrees and clear for central maryland now. good evening, thank you for staying with wjz. here are some of the stories people are talking about tonight. updating the breaking news out of l.a. airport. a gunman opens fire inside a terminal. a tsa agent killed. several others injured. kyung lah is in los angeles airport, with the latest on the investigation. >> reporter: the investigation is still ongoing here at los angeles international airport. police at this point are saying they believe the suspect is a 23-year-old man. one of the biggest questions is how he managed to get an assault rifle into one of the world's busiest airports. federal law enforcement looking into the possibility that this gunman was targeting tsa personnel. that is based off of eyewitness reports, saying that the gunman asked, hey, are you tsa? when people replied no, he would move on. the federal officials are conif i recalling to us that this is the first tsa employe
the challenge for goth and the bears at memorial stadium. cal took a 7-0 1st quarter lead but arizona scored 19 straight. denker to phillips who finishes the scoring play. 19-7 wildcat. goth threw four touchdown passes. a reverse pivot. lawler would have a game to remember. 19-13 at halftime. look at this one handed effort to haul in another touchdown pass. this is in the 3rd quarter on the get the bears within five at 26-21. again arizona padded the lead and the bears made it closer. goth and lawler hook up. lawler up and over mcknight. it's 33-28 with 1:42 to go. the bores need the ball back. the 17-yard gain, allows the wildcats to run out the clock and hang on for the win. cal falls to 1-8 overall. 0-6 in the pac-12. arizona improves to 6-2 and 3- 2. >> stanford has the weekend off. they are ready for the match up with oregon on thursday night. san jose state and david fails trying to continue the strong effort in the mountain west conference. finding chandler jones for the 7-0 lead at unlv. the spartans add to the lead. nun with the ability. freeman with the 40-yard score. they led 24-3 at
>> at 6:00, the response from students after a string of robberies on cal's campus. >> some of the bay area's brightest minds in a competition to make the most fuel efficient vehicles. join us at 6:00. >>> chicago's busy o'hare airport conclude a zoo at times and not because of the travelers. take a look. this two-foot long baby alligator was fund under an escalator near baggage claim. animal control officers arrived. they think someone brought the gator to the airport and then just left it roaming in the terminal. >> got through security. >> thank you for joining us. we'll see you back at 6:00. >>> welcome to "world news." tonight, the gunman at l.a.x. we learn more about the suspect tonight. heading to that security checkpoint more than once. as a new image of him now emerges. and the concerns from his family, what his dad reportedly said when he called police right after the shooting. >>> trapped. the families in their cars on this bridge in one american city, forced to flee their cars as the giant waves were crashing before them. >>> the collision in midair over the heartland. two
. >>> a warning to cal students. do not walk alone and put away your valuables. >>> the crab season from the eyes of the sportfisherman. kpix5 news is next ,,,,,,,, -- will continue during the overnight hours for the foreseeable futu >>> is it fixed or not? outages on the web site where people sign up for health care will continue during the overnight hours for the future. but, it may have to go
cal network. katie: how do the galvanize the group and launch into action in such a short time period? >> we depend on home depot foundation which provides all of the tools and equipment. motorola solution which is gives us the radios we need to communicate with. the veterans live around the country. we pull in as many as we can after that response. katie: this has been incredibly important for all of the veterans that are involved. >> it is huge he important. when you take off the military uniform you lose three things, purpose or mission and community or identity. it is those three things we give back. katie: i know mike you are a retired marine. your son, michael jr., was also a marine. >> yeah. >> michael jr. was tragicly killed in afghanistan in 2008. helping with the relief efforts for sandy was particularly meaningful for you, wasn't it, mike? >> yeah. yeah. excuse me. atie: it's ok. i miss my son every day. and i get a chance to work with guys that served right next to them in iraq like ryan. being a retired marine i have also lost some of the things hat william just talked ab
. welcome back there were scary moments friday morning in the cal the cut, what a car heading eastbound in the first board caught on fire. >> we have video of the scene taken by a deer or heavy smoke made it hard to see inside the tunnel. people that out of their cars, mostly keeping call kron4 haazig madyun menu was at the scene and tells us what happened. >> this 1988 acura legend went up in flames inside the tunnel in the eastbound lane number one on friday morning. >> oakland fire department chief states that it was a closed environment with only one way in and one way out we had car striking turnaround appeared >> that once the fire started to tumble quickly filled with smoke there were eight people who needed immediate medical attention. >> the all of it we see people being transported for right now is for smoke inhalation. >> a lot of the people were trans purported or younger people and children. >> the driver made it out safely. >> oakland and her rendered fared first teamed up to battle the blaze which are burned about 30 minutes before it was totally extinguished. >> drivers
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trains are out of the yard on time. no delays reported for cal train. no problems for 101 heading across the golden gate. a look at kcbs traffic. >>> . >>> talking really gusting winds, light rain. kpix doppler picking up light rainfall totals, especially over the santa cruz mountains. if traveling highway 17, highway 9, may hit patches of wet weather, some slick conditions. couple showers expected through the afternoon. >>> out the door, breezy, mostly cloudy skies, temperatures mainly in the upper 40s to low 50s. kind of a mix of sunnd clouds. temperatures on the cooler side, below average. fifties pushing to the low 60s. the low continues to drop south, causing all this wet, breezy weather. the main energy to system farther east. bay area on the western edge. that's bringing this fall storm. looks like most of northern california getting hit with wet weather. a snow-rain mix if you're out in tahoe with a high today of about 39 degrees. . temperatures are about 10 degrees below average. used to reaching in the low 70s. 61 your forecasted high in concord, 62 in pleasant hill, walnut cre
people and spending to tahoe. deborah villalon, ktvu news. >>> we checked with cal caltrans and chained are we -- required to the chain exchange. >>> how long will this system continue to deliver snow? bill particular -- bill martin is live with the conditions. >> reporter: you saw snow flurries on deborah, it's snowing at blue canyon as well. just north of the truckee area more snow showers but they're tapering off. for us it just means that cold air is going to back up. i'll let you know how cool it's going to be when you wake up tomorrow morning back here after the break. >>> and cleaning up after the storm. >>> the teen was holding a toy gun that looked like an assault rifle. the victim's father tells ktvu news he wants justice for his son and he wants the deputy to serve time behind bars. also today the sonoma county sheriff's department identified that deputy in that shooting. he is a veteran officer with extensive knowledge of guns. >> reporter: candle by candle, this memorial has grown. all day long a steady stream of people have come to the site where andy lopez was killed on
that low pressure system and stormy weather sunday, monday moving well inland away from cam cal a quiet pattern settling into the bay area with us for awhile so tomorrow, halloween, we can expect sunny skies and mild to warm conditions and there will be happy goeses and goblins around, no doubt. now here is your trick or treat forecast for tomorrow afternoon and evening. late afternoon it will be still warm up to 70 degrees at 4:00 p.m. with sunny skies and 6:00 before sunset sunny and temperatures in the 60s and after dark about 8:00 p.m. or so chilly and a little spooky outside at that hour but nice for trick or treating. overnight tonight, clear skies and chilly with lows dropping into the mid to upper 30s and low to mid 40s over most of the remainder of the bay area and tomorrow, halloween, sunny and mild and high temperatures in the low to mid 70s. 74 in morgan hill and the peninsula from 69 no san mateo and 6 in pacific. up in the north -- up in and around san francisco i should say 66 downtown and 67 in south san francisco and 63 in the sunset district. off in the north bay on th
and the campus injured a child and burned another person, the daily cal reports that cannister blew up while people were cooking food held by a student group, police said a 10-year-old complained of back pain and an adult had burns to the apartment. >>> an apartment building destroyed will remain rent controlled, there was concern the landlord would demolish it and replace it with higher rent but they announced they will maintain that rent controlled status. >> a stunning new development in that castro valley nursing home scandal, shocking information we are getting about one of the patients. >> and vandalism in oakland made national news years ago, now there is a new case tied to that. >> good morning, right now traffic is doing well but getting slow traffic in parts of the east bay and also on the peninsula. >> well clear skies out there, looks cold for sure but the afternoon temperatures look warmer today. we will show them to you coming right up. >>> welcome back, 5:12, a child care worker in san mateo accused of kissing and inappropriately touching a young girl, police say he made frien
movie to go watch. >> for the viewers who won't get the joke there, there was a hilarious satire cal site which had you going to see "gravity" and storming out, being removed by security guards screaming that isn't right. what's the matter with you? very accusing. i shou i interviewed mark kelly. he was critical of it. he said if you get into the details, i've heard other top scientists saying that. should we be doing that with the movie olympic "gravity" or the fact it inspires people to once to be in space does- >> i was inspired by "2001 space odyssey" it was really inspiring for me. i wasn't inspired because it was a training film for what i was going to do as an astronaut. it was just something that stretched my mind and showed me maybe a perspective i hadn't seen. i agree with mark and all the experts. of course "gravity" is not an astronaut training film. it's not supposed to be. no one goes to "x men" or "spider-man" and says that couldn't happen. it was an inspiring film and the visuals are really compelling. if it inspires some kid to say i'd like to go see that myself miss
and not enough to beat arizona. the wildcats win 33-28 and cal now 1 and 8 for the year and with the five-stroke lead and for the championship. horse racing, breeder's cup, macho man and a photo finish. the 7-2 favorite. trained by cathy, a heart transplant survivor who became the first to win the breeder's cup classic. and we'll preview the coming attractions and churchhill downs. you will see some of them in the gates and in louisville, kentucky. that is it. we'll see you later on. have a good day. >>> the coach of the broncos will miss several weeks for games and practice for heart surgery. he's going to have a aortic valve replacement. he hoped to put off the operation until february and yesterday, he -- and tests showed he could not wait longer. the broncos are 7-1 and. >>> chuck schumer had a big announcement yesterday. >> it's time for a woman to be president. so, tonight, here in iowa, and i won't get this opportunity again, i am urging hillary clintonfo run for president! -- hillary clinton to run for president. when shego does, she'll have my -- she will have me full and unwaver
as early as this weekend. >>> and we knew the cal brears' football team has been struggle on the field but are things worse for the players in the classroom. the great american novel. so you can happily let life get in the way, while planning for tomorrow. so you can finish the great american novel banking for the life you have investing for the life you want chase. so you can >>> 7:24. the cal bears have been struggling on the football field. it turns out they are struggling in the classroom today. according to be a ncaa report, uc -- to an ncaa report, uc berkeley has the lowest graduation rate among the nation's top 72 college football tales. just 44% graduates. that compares to 93% for stanford. cal's falling graduation success rate was a big reason former coach jeff petford was fired. >>> 7:25. there is a gas station clerk in florida very lucky to be arrive. he -- alive. he says it's all because his cell phone was there. that's because that phone stopped the bullet fired at a clerk during a robbery yesterday morning. the clerk had no idea he was shot until he felt a pain in his ch
. >> it really was. >> mike barn cal and peter gammons here with us as well. >> it was an absolutely unbelievable evening. it was an unbelievable year. >> yeah. can you imagine. >> we're here opening day. you're not a front-runner, one of the most loyal red sox fans. you go to the first game of the year and last game of the year. >> exactly. >> they are winning the world series in boston. but we were here the first game of the year and it was just nice. nobody expected much out of this team. and it was a nice week or two of baseball. and then april 15th happened. and i remember mike, who always has been the guy -- mike you're always the guy, you called me up when i was in florida, you said this is going on. it's always about games. you called me up when they had the first game back here at fenway. and you said, joe, get in front of your tv set, you're about to see something special. you're about to see a city come around a baseball team. like never before. >> well, the team exelmplifies like never before. the marathon bombing, it was like a family picnic was bombed. everyone knows somebody who ra
is on the road but cal is playing at home today. it's a 12:30 kickoff. >> i think they will get nice weather. not to warm. it's not even going to be as warm as yesterday. nice and mild for the stadium seating. we will have the wind turn breezy by the second half of the afternoon. by noontime it should be still looking good. let me show you how the winds will start to pick up. they are generally light. mostly clear sykes, by about one or so, notice they are picking up just a little bit. from ten to 20 miles an hour for the afternoon. so, you know, typical of what we get in the afternoon usually. not only the evening when the winds really start to kick up. here we are moving into the second half of the evening and by 11 anywhere from 15 to 25 miles and they could be stronger. live more with 29 miles and this is when we are expecting the wind advisory to move into place for the hills with the guforts reaching to 45 miles an hour. the wind advisory from 11 to 7. temperatures with this system bringing the wins, also cooling us off in the low 40s for most around the bay area. a few low 50s. by nin
anybody not from kansas should do oz cal goerall. >> those folks worked hard to go down the yellow ]. road. end of the day when they got there and pulled back the curtain, they found there was nothing that they didn't already have. and, as we pull back the curtain on affordable care act, they're finding it's not exactly what they worked so hard to find their way to as well. >> mr. chairman, i would look to remind the committee that the wizard of oz is not a documentary. now, all of this talk of dorothy and toto and yellow brick road and yet unborn kathleen sebelius on a tricycle was all because the secretary of health and human services spent most of her working life in kansas. >> kathleen sebelius is former governor of kansas. okay. well you are not in kansas anymore-thee. you are in the big time. >> and nothing, i mean nothing makes you feel you are in the big time more than the number of times members of congressmention the wizard of ozzen a wic ein a important hearing. when our little girl was born, we got a subaru. it's where she said her first word. (little girl) no! saw her first da
, in the middle of mulling over whether or not to take time off, they looked at the cal tar, looked at their agenda, made some hard decisions. next year the house will be in session for the desire year for a grand total of 113 days, significantly less than half of the workdays in the year will be days they even work. that's even less than they worked this year. this is the least productive congress on record in america. and they're going to work less. this is what working 113 days looks like. shaded days are workdays. everything else is not. nice, right? thank you, eric cantor. on the one hand, they get paid a minimum of $174,000 a year to work this schedule, which is ridiculous. on the sunny side, maybe we should be grateful when they are there less. if you don't come to work, that's less time to destroy the government that you technically work in. in honor of our house of representatives that not only does not work, they don't like to work and they rarely show up for it. and in honor of my great pride and excitement of being on the simpson's this weekend, it is appropriate to cele
.s. you can imagine what a lojest cal nightmare this has back. live from los angeles internationalarity, i'm teri okita, back to you. >> hundreds witnessed the gun battle inside l.a.x. complete coverage continues with vic in the newsroom with more. >> reporter: as you can imagine, it was a terrifying scene for the hundreds of people in terminal 3. here's a live look at the scene right now. this is outside terminal 3, where the investigation continues. you see a number of ambulances are lined up there, in case they were ever needed. the gunman pulled out the assault rifle and began opening fire. one man describes exactly what he saw. >> there was a guy downstairs, started shooting. and one guy fell down. panic erupted and he was heading up through the security shack. >> so you were standing in line and you saw the man open fire? describe what happened. >> just three loud pops. and everybody started panicking. >> reporter: that man said as soon as heheard are the first gunshot, he hit the ground and security ran through the airport. >> wjz now has the latest on the shooting at l.a.x. one tsa
all of any lit cal capital he has left on this? then what about immigration? and what about the budget? >> why does he need political capital? he's not running for anything. and maybe -- >> he needs to have influence to get things done. >> maybe the american people will influence some of the republicans just to do the right thing. >> do you think the polls will matter? do you think when you go back to washingt washington, congressman? >> maybe we have the spiritual leaders and the wall street leaders together to say something about what's happening to, in. it's not a question of the president's polls. i don't care what the president's polls are as long as he's doing the right thing legislatively, economically and morally. if he's trying to get health care for everybody, good. if he's trying to get immigration reform which is good for america and good for business, good. if he's trying to raise money to have better infrastructure and create jobs, good. >> let me ask you about that because the infrastructure is part of what he sees as a grand bargain ask he's still talking about that. he
for every ounce of soda or another drink has more than 25 cals and is less than 50% juice. that is the price of an average can of soda for even flavored water would go off by 24¢. the soda industry is responding. the group californian for food and beverage choice is joined a statement saying californians have rejected beverage taxes like this one before calling proposals on necessary wasteful destruction from serious policy making and they went on to say education and physical activity are among the better health strategies. a 38 right now and we will be back with more in just a couple of minutes. [ male announcer ] some things are simply better at home. like the enticing aroma and distinctive taste of nespresso. elegant capsules meet masterfully crafted machines, and one touch creates the perfect coffee, cappuccino, and latte. ♪ tempt all your senses with one extraordinary coffee. [ penélope cruz ] nespresso. what else? [ male announcer ] available at these fine retailers and nespresso-us.com. >> a new york bus driver stepped in to save the life of a suicidal woman. darnell barton was d
is your best bet. san mateo bridge is slow getting across the bay and slow traffic on 880. bart and cal train are on time. 9, 27, 48. >> a vicious dog attack last night and four people are in the hospital. tara moriarty is in that neighborhood now. you've been out there since early this morning and know more about what happened last night. >> reporter: neighbors say the scene out here last night was very chaotic. a man walking down this path was attacked by two other dogs described as pit bulls or pit bull mixes. when it got to the street, that's when neighbors say it got really scary. >> just before 9:00 last night, neighbors heard screams. >> there was like a bunch of cop cars out here and i was scared and i heard gunshots and i ran inside. >> some neighbors ran out of their homes to see what all of the commotion was about. that's when two dogs with a man walking his two dogs attacked them. >> there was blood all on my sidewalk and my driveway. they got close to here. >> four people were bitten. wounds mostly to arm s and legs. >> officers arrived and the dogs charged at the officers
quick note here. cal tran system about a half hour delay due to earlier equipment problems. right here, 101 southbound starting to loosen up. we many a crash just past willow. that's where the red zone is. but it's starting to loosen up. that crash has cleared just south of university. meanwhile, heading up toward oakland, still have the late slowing for north 88. we look over here toward the toll plaza. no big deal. back to you. >> thanks, mike. much more local news coming up at 11:00. hope to see you then. ♪ >>> all right. we're back on this funday monday. getting you caught up on all things hollywood. jenna bush hager is here helping me do a fantastic job. >> it's fun. here to fill us in on celebrity scoop, my man, rob chuter. >> hello. >> all right, rob. let's talk about chris brown. >> this is a big story. >> what is wrong with him? >> over the weekend, he was caught in a brawl in d.c., in the wee hours of the morning, 4:30 in the morning, he got in an altercation outside the "w" hotel. a very fancy hotel in d.c. he was arrested, taken away. >> what did he say before, i just wan
a magazine and started the monthly. very soon it was breaking news corruption,cal politics, and those of been our core issues ever since. the name was named after mary jo harris, who called herself "mother jones," who was a labor leader and activist. she called herself a hell raiser 20th century, 100 years ago or so. they had the project all plotted out, any type of magazine they wanted to do, and they were -- they were stuck on a name. they were about to do a mass mailing to get subscribers. so what he suggested this comment else that yet, great name. and that is what happened. host: what is the mission of "mother jones" today? guest: our tagline is smart, fearless journalism, and that is what we aim to do again and again. we want to eliminate, educate, engage on subject matters that we think are very important. they can be money in politics, climate change, the state of politics, the influence of power in america, and like i said, the early mission was -- you know, we are reporting driven. as you will see behind me, i do not know what you can see up there, but we have 10 reporters in this b
to sign up on the exchanges. we have about 1.7 million people who can sign up for the expanded medi-cal program. do i have any time remaining, mr. president? the presiding officer: five seconds. mrs. boxer: five seblgdz. i hope we -- five seconds. i hope we get these two wonderful nominees on the way to confirmation and i hope we'll be patient with fixing health care, but i think at the end of the day it's going to be great. thank you very much. mr. sessions: mr. president? the presiding officer: the senator from alabama. mr. sessions: mr. president, i wanted to share some thoughts about the filling of the district of columbia court of appeals circuit judgeships. i've been involved on that issue for well over a decade. we started looking at the case numbers when president clinton was in office. i, along with senator chuck grassley, both republicans, blocked president bush from nominating, filling a vacancy that that court did not need. they wanted to fill it. let's be frank, presidents want to fill the d.c. court of appeals because they think they can shift the balance there and be able
obama care for three election cycles. >> i have to jump on the electoral cal clus, which is what about the government shutdown? we have totally forgotten about the government shutdown and how the republican party blundered that. where people were out of work for week, billions of dollars were lost. so we're coming -- but the aca has obfuscated this, and this is going to be a real danger for the democratic party if it is not resolved. if we get to november and it's not worked out, come to december. >> americans haven't forgot. if we look at opinions about the republican party, they have declined as a result of that shutdown. they have not come back. in september, it was 44% negative. early october during the shutdown, 53% negative. late october, early novshgs we're still at 53% negative. people don't seem to have forgotten about the shutdown. >> anybody in washington, but let obesity fair, if you live or reside in washington and have an elected official -- >> yeah, yeah. >> bad number right there. >> not that much. >> but maybe that is the win. i will put that on the table as a possibil
outside and play because i'm scared. >> joining me now, ronnian cal lick covering the story. ronnia with a welcome for anyone who did not see the complete testimony from the children and their father, how compelling was their story? how was it received on the hill? >> well, they traveled 7,000 miles to come and tell congress about the drone strike that killed their grandmother and only five members of congress attended. so but the five members of congress who did attend almost all apologized to the family for the strike. and testimony was heartbreaking. it was very moving, as well. it brought congressman alan grayson to tears as well as several other people in the room. and i think it's really important for really all americans to see this because this is the first time that drone strike victims have been able to directly address congress and the american public. and to actually put a face on the people who are being impacted by this program. >> ronnia, did you get any answers as to why only five of our elected officials were there for that testimony? >> well, congressman gray son s
that's, i get that cal clax, too, if you are in the white house and the more you make a show of this the more you will be embarrassed if you can't win or come close to winning. do you think your party right now, governor whitman talks about in the state of fuge, the national lack of involvement. is your party setting itself up here, two, three years from now, you will look back and say, geeze, we built christie up a little too much? >> i don't think so. of course, we were saved by the virginia race. we will win in virginia. the republicans have a weak candidate this election will be a draw. will you have a democrat win in virginia. it's off to the next election. >> in terms of the image that we show that nbc poll that shows christie, the only republican poll, nationally, it's like a two to one spread. when you look to all of the problems, we've talked so much about the political party in 2012, it seems to me like you nominate christie, superficially, you will solve all those problems? >> it will be an interesting race, remember, steve, since world war ii, there has been no 12
notes. he said he would be here. willie, mike barn cal in new york and joining us here at the table in washington, we have -- >> eight people. when sam comes back we can play softball. >> okay. >> can we do match game or something? >> all right. we have the host of msnbc's "hardball," chris matthew, the author of "tip and the gipper." and chief white house correspondent and host of daily run down, chuck todd and msnbc political analyst and former chairman of the republican national committee michael steele. >> we have a lot to talk about. chris matthews, the president has been hit with a one, two, three regarding the affordable care act, one the website that we've been talking about for a long time. number two the "l.a. times" article talking about the sticker shock effect which actually will have more of an impact probably in the long run and thirdly, lisa myer's report talking about those assurances the president talked about people getting insurance not ended up being true at the end. the white house seems to be in a position they need to get out in front of all of these stories.
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